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The Woodpecker Always Pecks Twice by J.R. Ripley

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Also by J.R. Ripley:

The Woodpecker Always Pecks Twice, September 2019
Paperback
Towhee Get Your Gun, April 2019
Mass Market Paperback
A Birder?s Guide to Murder, November 2018
Paperback
Die, Die Birdie, September 2018
Mass Market Paperback
Chickadee Chickadee Bang Bang, September 2017
Paperback
Die, Die Birdie, August 2016
e-Book

The Woodpecker Always Pecks Twice
J.R. Ripley

Kensington
September 2019
On Sale: August 27, 2019
Featuring: Amy Simms
320 pages
ISBN: 1496719727
EAN: 9781496719720
Kindle: B07WPFYW12
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Mystery Cozy | Mystery Woman Sleuth

A red-bellied woodpecker may lead to a yellow-bellied killer . . .

One morning when unwilling early bird Amy Simms grabs her binoculars for a closer look at the woodpecker who's been waking her up, she can't believe her eyes. Across Ruby Lake, through a curtain of rain, she sees a body being tossed out of an upstairs window at the old McKutcheon place.

Or at least she thinks she does. The police chief finds no body-only a discarded dressmaker's dummy-and complains that Amy sent him on a wild-goose chase. She should probably focus on minding her store, Birds & Bees, but Amy can't help snooping. And when she turns up another body-a murdered member of her birdwatching group-Amy once again needs to wing it as a sleuth to zoom in on a killer . . . 

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